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BLUNT, C.
[Advertisement. 1816?]
C. Blunt, optician, and mathematical instrument maker, (formerly of Cornhill) has removed to 38, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, where, with the ablest workmen, and assistants, he continues to manufacture and carry on, in its best perfection, every branch of the profession, in which the well-known and highly reputable house of Nairne and Blunt, so long and eminently excelled.
[London, 1816?].
[4] p. ; 22.8 cm. (8°)

Drop-head title. The advertised stock includes 'An Improved Magic Lantern, With Completely New And Superior Paintings' and several 'Popular And Scientific Works, Written, Sold, or preparing for Publication, by C. Blunt, ...'. The firm had been founded at No. 20 Cornhill by the electrical inventor Edward Nairne (1726--1806), with whom the present proprietor's father had been in partnership.

Copy Notes Bound as issued in a copy of the May 1816 issue of The New Monthly Review (q.v.)

Reference Number 1719


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